Business and Finance

The Samurai Listener

Publication Date: 03/06/2018

From white belt to black belt—how to become a more confident and effective negotiator, listener, speaker, and leader using the way of the Samurai. Justice, courage, loyalty, self-control: these are more than words limited to the study of ancient wars and the martial arts. They are essential to the workplace…

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The Blueprint: A Proven Plan for Successful Living

Publication Date: 02/06/2018

For over forty years a simple life blueprint has been customized by Jim Fannin, the master coach for 2,500-plus of the “best of the best” in life, business, and sports. His plan is now available to you and it includes proven, concrete tools and techniques to enhance every aspect of…

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6 Secrets to Leveraging Success: A Guide for Entrepreneurs, Family Offices, and Their Trusted Advisors

Publication Date: 01/16/2018

Open your eyes to wealth-building secrets from a successful mathematician and financial strategist. As an actuarial analyst for some of the largest companies in the world and as a Certified Financial PlannerTM Professional, Christopher Jarvis gained critical insights into the successful operations of hundreds, if not thousands, of businesses and…

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Signals: How Questioning Assumptions Produces Smarter Decisions

Publication Date: 01/09/2018

Underestimating signals from others and relying on commonly accepted assumptions can cause serious problems, especially in the workplace. In Signals, CEO and speaker Dan Riordan shows you how to shift your perceptions so you can optimize your workplace and your employees. We all have entrenched Beliefs, Values, and Illusions (BVIs),…

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We Were Yahoo!: From Internet Pioneer to the Trillion Dollar Loss of Google and Facebook

Publication Date: 12/05/2017

For anyone paying attention, the beginning of the end for Yahoo! began with decisions made by the first team of executives while the company was on its way up, which set the stage for horrific decisions made by subsequent generations of Yahoo! leadership. Most decisions were either pure incompetence or…

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The People First Effect: 7 Keys for Mastering High Trust in a Low Trust World

Publication Date: 10/31/2017

Veteran consultant and award-winning author Jack Lannom enlists seven successful business leaders to outline a clear, comprehensive strategy for increasing trust and decreasing tension in your personal and professional lives. The People First Effect is a business fable about CEO Dan Burton. Dan has successfully led his company out of…

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Money Confidence: Really Smart Financial Moves for Newly Single Women

Publication Date: 10/31/2017

The loss of a spouse or parent is traumatic and having to deal with money issues can be challenging. To rebuild your life, you need to get a grip on your finances as quickly as possible. That means figuring out your sources of income, devising a budget, and much more.…

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The Memo: How the Classified Military Document That Helped the US Win WWII Can Help You Succeed in Business

Publication Date: 08/29/2017

The Memo reveals how to succeed in business using the top-secret WWII strategy that ultimately led to the Allied victory. Much is known about how the atomic bomb helped the United States achieve final victory in World War II. However, little is known about a weapon that was, perhaps, even…

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101 Small Rules for a Big Job Search: New Guidelines for Today’s Job Seeker

Publication Date: 08/01/2017

From America’s #1 placement and recruitment specialist and the author of the successful Acing the Interview comes a set of simple rules to help you land a job in the 21st world of today’s market. In 101 Small Rules for a Big Job Search, Tony Beshara, the employment expert Dr.…

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The Two-Income Trap: Why Parents Are Choosing To Stay Home

Publication Date: 06/06/2017

For decades feminists have belabored the idea that work should be at the center of women’s lives, and that motherhood wouldn’t get in the way of this goal if society would simply cooperate. If husbands performed half the housework and childcare, if the government would invest in universal daycare and…

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